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Tag: Simple AD

How to configure an LDAPS endpoint for Simple AD

In this blog post, we show you how to configure an LDAPS (LDAP over SSL or TLS) encrypted endpoint for Simple AD so that you can extend Simple AD over untrusted networks. Our solution uses Network Load Balancer (NLB) as SSL/TLS termination. The data is then decrypted and sent to Simple AD. Network Load Balancer […]

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How to Configure an LDAPS Endpoint for Simple AD

September 9, 2020: There’s an updated version of this blog here – https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/how-to-configure-ldaps-endpoint-for-simple-ad/. Simple AD, which is powered by Samba  4, supports basic Active Directory (AD) authentication features such as users, groups, and https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/how-to-configure-ldaps-endpoint-for-simple-ad/the ability to join domains. Simple AD also includes an integrated Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server. LDAP is a standard application […]

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AWS IAM Sessions at re:Invent 2015

As I said last week, the breakout sessions for the Security & Compliance track have been announced and are shown in the re:Invent 2015 session catalog. If you are going to re:Invent 2015, you can add these sessions to your schedule now. Today, I will highlight the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) sessions that […]

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How to Manage Identities in Simple AD Directories

As I said in yesterday’s blog post, How to Migrate Your Microsoft Active Directory Users to Simple AD, AWS Directory Service allows you to create a standalone, highly available AWS-managed directory called Simple AD in a matter of minutes. With Simple AD, you can centrally manage user accounts and group memberships for Amazon EC2 instances […]

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How to Migrate Your Microsoft Active Directory Users to Simple AD or AWS Managed Microsoft AD

July 21, 2020: We’ve updated this post to include AWS Managed Microsoft AD, as well as Simple AD. AWS Directory Service allows you to create a standalone, highly available AWS-managed directory called Simple AD in a matter of minutes. With Simple AD, you can centrally manage user accounts and group memberships for Amazon EC2 instances […]

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